Tuesday, December 28th 2010

Super Talent Intros 32 GB Express Duo USB 3.0 Flash Drive

Super Talent backed up release of its DuraDrive MT SSD series with a new 32 GB variant of the Express Duo USB 3.0 flash drive. The 32 GB variant is priced at US $59, twice that of the 16 GB variant (priced $29). Measuring 67.8 x 17.2 x 7.7 mm, and launched in early November, the Express Duo presents an "affordable" range of flash drives that use the faster USB 3.0 interface. The 32 GB Express Duo offers read speeds of 67.3 MB/s and write speeds of around 24 MB/s. "The USB 3.0 Express DUO has been our best selling USB 3.0 flash drive to date. We are please to offer the larger capacity 32GB at such an aggressive price point. With USB 3.0 prices like these, there’s simply really no reason to buy a USB 2.0 flash drive anymore," said COO of Super Talent CH Lee.
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6 Comments on Super Talent Intros 32 GB Express Duo USB 3.0 Flash Drive

#1
blu3flannel
Sweet. Now I just have to upgrade everything to USB 3.0 so I can use this flash drive. :ohwell:
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#2
caleb
Why everything ? The players can stay 2.0 I'ts the transfer of HD content from PC to it thats annoying
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#3
Swamp Monster
blu3flannel said:
Sweet. Now I just have to upgrade everything to USB 3.0 so I can use this flash drive. :ohwell:
Or you can buy USB3.0 PCI-E X1 expansion card to use this @ full speed. Like I will.
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LAN_deRf_HA
Hopefully it won't suck. Seriously. I just ended up getting a 2.0 mushkin stick cause all the 3.0 sticks are plagued with issues. Maybe this will be more matured.
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#5
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
LAN_deRf_HA said:
Hopefully it won't suck. Seriously. I just ended up getting a 2.0 mushkin stick cause all the 3.0 sticks are plagued with issues. Maybe this will be more matured.
As with all new tech, and 3.0 is still fairly new. Personaly I think I'll wait a year or so to jump on it, my 2.0 sticks still serve me very well. :)
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Wile E
Power User
blu3flannel said:
Sweet. Now I just have to upgrade everything to USB 3.0 so I can use this flash drive. :ohwell:
They work in USB2.0, and they are still faster than most of the USB2.0 drives, even without USB3.0 ports.
LAN_deRf_HA said:
Hopefully it won't suck. Seriously. I just ended up getting a 2.0 mushkin stick cause all the 3.0 sticks are plagued with issues. Maybe this will be more matured.
What issues, and what models? I have a launch Super Talent 16GB ExpressDrive USB3.0, and I haven't had a single issue with it.
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